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    sentix Euro Break-up Index August 2015

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    Euro Break-up Index signals chances for Greek government bonds

    The sentix Euro Break-up Index (EBI) falls from 26.5% to 17.2% in August, its lowest reading since November last year. The development is driven by the fact that an increasing number of investors do not expect a “Grexit” anymore. This makes Greek government an opportunity.

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    Indicator in focus: Investor positioning, euro-area equities

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    Positioning risks for euro-area stocks have markedly decreased

    The latest sentix data show that investor positioning in euro-zone shares has strongly fallen. It now stands close to its long-term average. Consequently, the immediate dangers for the asset class are clearly smaller than before – not more, but also not less than that.

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    Indicator in focus: Asset Classes Sentiment, emerging-markets equities

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    Fears for emerging-markets stocks – a glimmer of hope!

    The monthly sentix Sentiment for emerging-markets shares collapses in August. It now stands at its weakest level ever and thus even below its readings from autumn 2008, the time after Lehman Brothers, an investment bank, failed. This is positive, indeed!

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    Indicator in focus: Sector Sentiment, automobiles (August 2015)

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    Automobile sentiment again heavily hit by China sorrows

    sentix Sector Sentiment for European automobile stocks falls again in August. The mood among investors is now as bad as is it was for the last time in October 2014. While the sentiment indicator already is in contrarian territory, a chart-technical buying signal is still missing.

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    Indicator in focus: Sector Sentiment, automobiles (July 2015)

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    China effect hits automobile sector

    In July, sentix Sector Sentiment for Europe’s automobile stocks falls more strongly than for any other sector. It is the sorrows concerning a fading demand from China, spurred by the latest market turbulences, which can be felt here. But the positive trend in automobile stocks is still not to be put into question.

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    Indicator in focus: strategic bias, EU and US

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    Investors continue to favor the euro zone over the USA

    Since Mario Draghi has sworn the ECB to a comprehensive "quantitative easing", the European equity markets benefit from a massive trust fund. This is significantly greater than for other equity markets. The result is an outperformance of the euro equity markets over their US counterparts. Moreover, this trend is not over yet!

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    Indicator in focus: overconfidence, oil market

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    Investors in the oil market view the downtrend to continue

    Since early May, oil prices have come under pressure again. Meanwhile, the lows from the beginning of the year have been reached again. This has not only pushed the sentiment to a bearish extreme but now also means that investors tend to extrapolate the negative trend. The sentix Overconfidence Index indicates this. This could support the oil prices in the short term.

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    sentix Euro Break-up Index July 2015

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    “Grescue” amplifies centrifugal forces in the core zone

    In July, the sentix Euro Break-up Index (EBI) falls from 48.4% to 26.5%, its lowest reading in six months. The reason for this is the rescue of Greece which lets the Hellenic index drop sharply. But against the general trend the EBI in-crease for Germany and Finland whose government bonds profit from the unresolved euro problems.

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    Indicator in focus: Sentiment, gold

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    Sentiment for gold at low point

    sentix Sentiment for gold falls to a new all-time low. Never before since the start of the survey in 2006 was the mood among investors thus as bad as at the moment. In the past, such extreme situations were precursors of price reversals at the bottom. But we may have to wait still some time before such a reversal occurs.

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    Indicator in focus: Asset Classes Sentiment, commodities

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    Commodities sentiment at record low!

    sentix Commodities Sentiment collapses in July and reaches a new all-time low. The past has shown that when such a strong fall of the indicator occurs it is not wise to buy the market anti-cyclically. The time for contrarians will come when confidence returns.

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